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MSI Wind U100 Netbook Overclocking Guide  - PCstats.com MSI Wind U100 Netbook Overclocking Guide
Wed, August 05 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Once the dynamic overclock setting has been enabled you then must pick the percentage of the overclock. You can select a CPU overclock of either 8%, 15% or 24%, for a maximum overclock of 2GHz. Once the percentage picked you just load the operating system like normal and use the Wind U100. When you are ready for a little more processor power you just need to press Fn+F10, and 'Turbo' mode will be enabled. You have to be plugged into AC power for the setting to work and you should see one of the above icons when you enable or disable the feature. Our MSI Wind U100 was unstable with an overclock of 24% due to instability of the memory module. That means the highest overclock that could be reached was 15%, which is still a great overclock on the Intel Atom N270 processor...."
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Intel X25-V 40GB Value Performance SATA Solid-State Drive Review - PCstats.com Intel X25-V 40GB Value Performance SATA Solid-State Drive Review
Wed, June 09 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
While SSDs are still a fairly new technology, it has certainly come a long way in the last couple of years. The choices in SSDs are increasing and the prices are also decreasing making it possible to own one without a second mortgage. Though SSDs are getting cheaper, they still aren’t cheap, with larger ones still hitting some heavy figures. But even a smaller drive can make your system faster and INTEL has responded with the introduction of their 40GB Value Performance X25-V SATA Solid-State Drive (SSD).
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